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SMB support in MrMC?

Any issues that are tvOS specific
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Re: SMB support in MrMC?

Post by houndtt » 03 Dec 2017, 14:34

Thanks for your comment however this thread is specifically about SMB2 support in MRMC. I suspect you are connecting to a SMB share with SMB1 which is all the software supports at the moment. Hopefully this will be sorted soon.

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Re: SMB support in MrMC?

Post by davilla » 03 Dec 2017, 14:40

I was sort of wrong :) SMB2 support for the AppleTV4/4K is pending. It should be there on FireOS/Shield. The issue is libdsm does not offer SMB2 support and the libsmbclient version we use under the AppleTV4/4K is GPLv2 licensed. For FireOS/Shield we can use the GPLv3 version of libsmbclient which does have SMB2 support.

The plan is to replace both flavors of libdsm/libsmbclient with a smb solution that handles SMB1, SMB2 and SMB3+. No ETA on that plan as yet. It is a non-trivial task and it is not ready yet.

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Re: SMB support in MrMC?

Post by barong » 04 Dec 2017, 06:23

davilla wrote:
03 Dec 2017, 14:40
I was sort of wrong :) SMB2 support for the AppleTV4/4K is pending. It should be there on FireOS/Shield. The issue is libdsm does not offer SMB2 support and the libsmbclient version we use under the AppleTV4/4K is GPLv2 licensed. For FireOS/Shield we can use the GPLv3 version of libsmbclient which does have SMB2 support.

The plan is to replace both flavors of libdsm/libsmbclient with a smb solution that handles SMB1, SMB2 and SMB3+. No ETA on that plan as yet. It is a non-trivial task and it is not ready yet.
Thanks for this - I recently had to diasble SMB 1 on my network, so MrMC stopped working.
Looking forward to an update in the future as I am no longer able to use MrMC :(

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